We all need access to high speed low cost fibre broadband and yet some areas are expected to be able to function on enormously expensive, unreliable sources of supply. Broadband is now the fourth utility, why should rural communities be disadvantaged - a utility can't be more necessary for some areas to have and not others!  We are constantly fed the idea that it is so expensive and unrealistic for rural communities to expect to have a fibre broadband supply - but if we lived in New Zealand, no matter where you lived you can get access to high speed, same cost, broadband service that you would receive in a city.

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